Kothaligad Trek - Peth Fort Trek
Kothaligad is more commonly known as the fort of Peth because the village of Peth is situated at its base. The pinnacle of the Peth can be seen from the village. On reaching the top of the fort, we see caves carved in huge rocks. Along the Bhairoba cave, steep steps are carved leading to the pinnacle. Small water tanks and some cannon balls are scattered on the fort. The first one is the cave of Goddess, besides which is a water cistern and the last one is the specious Bhairoba cave. A flat floor and well-sculpted pillars are specialties of the cave.
Kothaligad Trek Event Details
- Kothaligad (Peth) Trek difficulty level Medium
- Base village for Kothaligad Fort Trek | Peth Fort Trek: Peth village / Ambivali village for car parking
- Peth Fort Region: Karjat, Raigad District
- Total time required for climbing Kothaligad Fort Trek you will need a maximum of 2.5 hours from Ambivali
- Peth Fort Trek Duration One Day and One Night
- Kothaligad (Peth) fort height: 3100 feet approx.
Cost for Kothaligad Night Trek
- Cost without transport: Rs. 699/- per person (coming by your own vehicle)
- Cost with transport: Rs. 999/- per person (Karjat to Karjat)
Kothaligad Trek Itinerary
Day 0 – Saturday.
Catch Karjat fast local from CSMT.
CSMT – Karjat fast local time table.
- 09:26 pm CSMT
- 09:33 pm Byculla
- 09:40 pm Dadar
- 09:47 pm Kurla
- 09:51 pm Ghatkopar
- 10:03 pm Mulund
- 10:07 pm Thane
- 10:22 pm Dombivali
- 10:31 pm Kalyan
- 11:22 pm Karjat
11.30 pm - Meeting at Karjat railway station.
11:45 pm - Journey towards Ambivali by local tumtum.
Day 2 – Sunday
01:15 am - Reach at Ambivali.
01:30 am - Ascend.
04:30 am - Reach on top and rest till sunrise.
06:00 am - View sunrise and explore the fort.
07:00 am - Start descending to Peth Village.
08:00 am - Reach at Peth Village.
08:30 am - Breakfast.
09:30 am - Descend continue to Ambivali.
10:30 am - Reach at Ambivali.
10:45 am - Start return journey towards Karjat by local tumtum.
12:30 pm - Reach Karjat station and disperse.
- People may board same train from their respective stations of convenience.
- Missing the train is missing Kothaligad (Peth) Night Trek, no refund will be provided.
What is included in the tour
- 1 veg Breakfast
- Karjat to Karjat travel by local tumtum (Train Option)
- Forest entry charges
- Trek Leader expertise charges
What is NOT included in the tour
- Travel till base village and back (without transport option)
- Travel till Karjat and back
- Mineral water/lime water/ purchased for personal consumption
- All kinds of Extra Meals / soft drinks ordered.
- Any kind of personal expenses.
- Any kind of cost which is not mentioned in the cost includes above.
- All expenses incurred due to unforeseen and unavoidable circumstances like roadblocks, bad weather.
- Any medical / Emergency evacuations if required.
- 2/3 liters of water
- Trekking Shoes provide more grip and comfort on trek
- Good Torch must with extra battery
- Some Dry fruits / Dry Snacks / Energy Bars
- Glucon D / ORS / Tang / Gatorade sachets
- One Day Backpack 20 to 30 liters
- Winter jacket
- Sun Cap and Sunscreen
- Personal First aid and Personal Medicine
- Identity Proof
- Please wear Full sleeves and Full Track Pant this will protect from Summer Sun / Thorns / Insects / Prickles
Covid Safety Guidelines
- Before planning for any adventure activity, please improve your minimum physical fitness. Most of us have been at home for a lockdown period.
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- Kindly wear three-layered masks, N95. Carry an extra disposable mask with you. Please ensure all participants, leaders, staff, and general persons wear masks before interacting with them.
- Carry with your hand wash, sanitizer bottle, and clean your hands before touching food and objects.
- Cover-up wear full sleeves shirts and full pants, hiking shoes, caps, and face bandana over your mask. Covering up will help reduce exposure to the Covid19 virus.
- Bring your food and water with necessary cutlery like utility mug, fork, and spoon. Your mug can be used for cooking, eating, and drinking water. Carry your reusable water bottles; please don’t share with others.
- Cooperate for temperature checks, questions reading any symptoms, and oxygen level checks; these are done to help you limit the spread of the virus. All these checks will be conducted multiple times during the activities.
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- Maintain a distance of six feet or more while sleeping at night. Incase distance is not possible, try sleeping in a criss-cross manner to avoid face proximity.
- Please bring your garbage back to the city and dispose of it in your bin.
- Consuming any alcohol, cigarettes, pan masala, tobacco, drugs should be avoided; they induce a lot of spitting, urinating, and passive smoke, which can be harmful for the general population.
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- Carry your own personal gear.
- Keep the conversation with unknown people to a minimum and maintain a distance of more than 6 feet while talking.
- Avoid speaking with the general population and maintain distance to keep yourself safe in these difficult times.
- Participant need to install the Arogya Setu app
- 75% refund if notified via phone conversation 8 or more days prior to the event date.
- 50 % refund if notified via phone conversation 4 to 7 days prior to the event date.
- No refund if the cancellation requested is less than 3 days prior to the event date
- No show No Refund.
- Event Tickets cannot be transferred to another date against cancellation.
- Event Tickets cannot be transferred to another person against cancellation.
- If Trek gets canceled we will refund "Trek Amount" only.
- If the event is canceled due to any natural calamity, political unrest or other such reasons beyond our control the same cancellation policy will apply.
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- Kindly carry one Identity proof, at least for the trek with your address.
- We all are going for an adventurous and exciting trekking expedition; please Do Not misinterpret it as a PICNIC or LEISURE TOUR.
- The leader's decision will be final, and all the members should abide by it.
- We do not destroy or dirty the archaeological, historical monuments, natural habitat on the trek.
- Swimming is not allowed in the lake or water tank on the forts. Locals use that water for drinking.
- Putting your feet in water tanks or on the canon is not allowed on our treks.
- Any addiction is strictly prohibited, e.g. drinking, smoking, chewing tobacco anyone caught doing it will have to exit the trek without a refund and travel back on own expense.
- People caught smoking or drinking alcohol will be asked to exit the event on an immediate basis.
- Please do not carry or wear any valuables, ornaments, jewellery, etc. If carried, then we Do Not take any liability for the same.
- Rock Climbing, Rappelling, Trekking, or any adventure activity is potentially risky. For all these events, you are at your own risk. Organizers are not responsible for any accident or compensation in whatsoever manner.
- We should strictly follow the code of conduct to avoid troubling our fellow trekkers or other people from our group or outside.
- Listening to music on earphones or Bluetooth speakers is not allowed while trekking.
- Bluetooth speaker not allowed inside the homestay or camping tents.
- Drinking/smoking,/eating is not allowed inside the tents.
- If you damage the tent, break the tent poles, you will have to pay us for the whole new tent on MRP.
- If you are late for the bus pickup and are not reachable on the phone during your bus pickup, the trek leader will leave without you, and we will provide no refund.
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Kothaligad Trek Detailed Itinerary
Several different trails begin at the foot of this Fort, but the one we're going to focus on primarily will begin in a quaint little village just off the main road by the name of Ambivli. From here, it takes a while to get through a bit of forest and across a handful of villages before eventually reaching a broad path that gently climbs until you eventually arrive at Peth Gaon. The second half of this trek takes you up some incredibly steep pathways until finally set upon the hilltop where Kothaligad Fort or Peth Fort awaits with its incredible view.
The total Kothaligad Trek Distance is 4.1 kilometers one way. You will gain a height of 2035 feet above sea level. The trailhead Ambivli is located 221 feet above sea level. It takes three hours to cover the Kothaligad trek distance. We are dividing the trek into two halves, the first half from Ambivli to Peth Gaon. The second half from Peth gaon to Kothaligad Fort Summit.
The First Half of Kothaligad Trek is Ambivli to Peth Gaon
- Trailhead Ambivli is located at 221 feet above sea level
- Ambivli to Peth Gaon Trek duration is two hours
- Ambivli to Peth Gaon Trek distance is three kilometers
- Peth Gaon can be reached using an FWD SUV with local permissions
- Peth Gaon height is 1255 feet above sea level
Kothaligad trek is popular throughout the year due to its proximity to Thane, Karjat, Panvel, and Mumbai. The ideal time to climb the Fort is in the rainy season and post-monsoon to enjoy the cool weather and colorful foliage. It is also a great time to see wildflowers, which bloom in colorful profusion on the way up.
We will start our trek from the Ambivli Bus Parking; we will follow the tar road trail and take the first left turn from the diversion. The road uphill is a gentle climb with valley views. During the rainy season trek, we can see a few waterfalls on this trail.
Pro Tip: Please wear comfortable trekking shoes for this trek. Trail changes from Tar road to a Dirt trail to Muddy sections to slippery rock steps, so wearing a trekking shoe with good grips and comfort is recommended on the Peth Fort Trek.
Soon the tar road ends, and a dirt road starts; it is in very bad condition villagers navigate it on their two-wheelers to reach Neral quicker. We have seen a few locals cross this section using an SUV FWD vehicle.
After crossing the winding dirt trail, we will reach the Peth plateau. You can see the beautiful Kothaligad Killa or Peth Killa on your right-hand side. This location gives the best view during the monsoon, with many waterfalls flowing from Kothaligad onto the plateau and into the valley. You can also see the phenomenon called reverse waterfall on the Peth village plateau.
Kothaligad is an amazing fort; during the night trek, the sky is filled with stars, Milkyway, and during the rainy season filled with clouds and fog.
The climb to the summit is challenging, with few sections that require extra precaution. Our team will guide you through the tough sections so that you won't miss the best picturesque destination.
Pro Tip: The dirt trail is carved through a mud hill. During the monsoon season, avoid the hill becoming saturated with rainwater and is prone to landslides. Do keep an eye on falling rocks.
After a good uphill climb, we will relax at the plateau and enjoy the cold breeze that greets us. During monsoon, you can feel a spray of mist on your face from the strong winds turning small streams into the reverse waterfall. Locals also set up dhabas here, offering a quick snack and refreshments on weekends.
We will now start walking to the Peth village. The hike to the plateau is long and winding but not steep, so it will be a little tiring but won't completely drain you. It will just give you the perfect workout for your weekend trek, after taking in the beautiful sights of the Kothaligad Fort from the plateau and a short break.
Hike till the Peth village is easy from here with route dipping in some sections. We will start seeing rice fields during the monsoon here. Homestays have put up colorful DTP banners making them easy to find.
The Second half is Peth gaon to Kothaligad Fort.
Peth gaon to Fort Summit's distance is 1.4 kilometers. It will take us 1.5 hours to cover this distance.
Locals charge an entry fee of Rs 50 per head and also provide a guide on the weekends. Guides help navigate the tricky rock patch section before reaching the summit.
Peth village is a typical tribal village of the Sahyadri mountain range located on the Western Ghats. Villagers depend on farming, cattle, and foraging, raising hens for food and income. The village has been established around a well, the main water source. Once we walk a little ahead, we will see cluster fewer houses located a little higher this place is called Upper Peth Wadi.
We will come across a diversion which is well marked one route leading to Kothaligad, Peth village and if we go straight to Nakhind tok. From here, the climb will get steep and exhausting. We will climb rocky trails and steps. The trek route will become thinner, and the exciting parts of the Kothaligad Trek will start revealing themselves.
Pro Tip: At frequent intervals, arrows are painted on rocks to support trekkers today staying on the correct route.
We will gain altitude rapidly now; try not to climb into the Fort too fast. We will take short breaks, remember to take a moment, and gaze back down at the plateau you came from and where you're standing now from a new, completely different angle!
Soon, you'll be greeted by the first of the Fort's many crumbling gates.Now we will climb a rock with grooves carved into it for walking. The rocky trail might seem a bit difficult once you start walking on it, you will gain confidence and climb the section with ease.
Pro Tip: On weekends, this route will have villagers selling refreshments during the Day. It helps in hydrating and gives a boost of energy for the trek.
From here, the Kothaligad trekking route will lead you to the Fort. From here, caution is advised during the rainy season as many sections are exposed to a steep narrow trail.
The tracks abruptly stop at the hill with a panoramic viewpoint after another quick burst of sheer climbing. We will take a left from here, yet another breathtaking site will greet us from here.
We will get a glimpse of amazing Kothaligad up close now. This big mountain may appear impossible at first glance, but our expert guide will help you navigate until the summit and make your climb not so difficult.
There beautiful canons stationed at the Fort's main entrance serve as a vivid reminder of the Fort's turbulent history.
Pro Tip: Please do not keep your feet or sit on the canon for images. The Fort and the canon are sacred to Maharashtrians. If anyone found defacing the Fort, sitting or standing on canons, will face beating and street justice from the locals.
We will take the left trail from here; we will respect an idol carved into the rock on the route and continue through a series of caves before entering the largest one.
Kothaligad's most extensive cave is devoted to Bhairoba. The cave itself is finely sculpted, with windows that provide light. A ledge at the cave's right end has idols set on it for worship. A little window behind the idols leads to a smaller cavern inside. Don't go in if you don't want a bat to slam into your face on its random flights about the cave!
Pro Tip: Before camping, trekkers would stay in the cave at night and proceed with the trek early morning.
Turn about and enter the first cave on your left after paying your respects. It's a small temple devoted to the Fort's deity, featuring a saffron-colored entryway. On the opposite hand, the central cave is moderately clean and comfortable, with 15-20 people.
Our main draw of the Kothaligad trek is a chimney-like climbing to the top of the Peth fort, which begins immediately after the temple.
The temple is built with a rock-cut structure and is small in size. The tunnel-like structure has steep rock-cut steps that help you ascend to the top. It is interesting to note that the temple stands on a flattened peak of the hill. The view from the top of the hill is quite beautiful and gives you a panoramic view of the Bhimashankar wildlife reserve.
We will follow the set of very sheer steps carved into the rock quickly lead you up the fort construction, passing a few small caves and water reservoirs along the way. During the rainy season, this stretch becomes slippery trail wear good trekking and going with a guide will be advisable. As you ascend the Fort, you can't help but be impressed by the amount of thought that went into its creation. The limited strategy essentially assured that even a small handful of warriors would be able to hold out against a massive invading troop!
The final door awaits you as you emerge from the stairwell. If you observe closely, carvings of lions and elephants can be found on the walls traversing up to the entryway.
All that remains of a fort on the summit of this hill is a water cistern and a few fragments of fortification. The top isn't enormous by any sense of the imagination, but a tour around its perimeter emphasizes the Fort's vital significance. It gives a supreme vantage position for keeping a watch on the surrounding region because it is separated from the main range of Bhimashankar.
An aerial view from the summit of Kothaligad gives the wild, raw beauty of the surrounding ranges. At 2035 feet above sea level, Kothaligad stands disengaged from Bhimashankar, which gives Kothaligad its unique all-round view since there are no trees or hills to block your view here. The governing forces of Kothaligad, known as Peth fort, utilized it as the watchtower for enemy empires and stored ammunition.
We will take the same route to descend to Peth Village. This is the safest route for this trek.
While ascending and descending, keep drinking water and snacks to stay hydrated and for energy throughout the trek. Descending after the caves is easier you can enjoy your walk till Ambivli. Stop at a few of the Dhabas for Maggi, Coffee, Lemonade. It will take two to three hours to descend to the trailhead.
We will enjoy lunch at a homestay near the trailhead, change into fresh clothes, and start our journey back to Mumbai. It is an ideal first Sahyadri trek for trekkers today.
What to look out for at the Kothaligad Fort Trek
- The Fort's unusual thumb-like structure
- In terms of look, the fort structure is unusual, probably only resembling the Karnala fort near Mumbai.
- There are many hills with thumb structures spread across Maharashtra like Manmad.
- Ancient cannons that have been well preserved for generations
- Only a handful of forts have an Artillery of any kind still surviving today; Kothaligad is one of these rare treasures.
- The hilltop offers an incredible 360° view of the surrounding ranges. Kothaligad stands withdrawn from the main range of Bhimashankar, thus providing a uniquely picturesque landscape.
- During the rainy season, it offers beautiful weather with gushing waterfalls and fog in the countryside. Sometimes the waterfall gets reversed and sent upwards when strong winds hit the area during the rainy season.
- The Bhairoba cave, the largest caverns on Kothaligad, contains elegantly sculptured pillars and doorways.
1. Can we drive till Ambivali for Kothaligad Trekking?
Yes, Kothaligad Trekking location is available on google maps. We will provide the meeting location after booking if you are coming by own transport. Please reach on time as per itinerary trek leader won't be able to wait in case you arrive late. No refund shall be provided if you miss the trek start timing. You have signed up for a group event kindly cooperate.
2. Distance from Mumbai to Ambivali? Mumbai to Kothaligad distance?
Kothaligad trek distance from Mumbai is 90 kilometers. It takes two and a half-hour drive from Mumbai. Kothaligad trek height is 945 meters, and trek distance is 6.5 kilometers both ways. Karjat to Kothaligad distance is 30 kilometers will take one hour to cover this distance.
3. Distance from Pune to Ambivali? Pune to Kothaligad distance?
Kothaligad trek distance from Pune is 135 km and takes three hours to reach. Kothaligad Trek distance is 3.5 kilometers one way. Kothaligad Trek distance is 3.5 kilometers one way. Kothaligad trek height is 945 meters.
4. The number of days required for Kothaligad Trekking?
One Night and One Day are required for Kothaligad Fort Night Trek. One Day for a monsoon Kothaligad trek Karjat. You can read about our trek to Kothaligad fort blog here.
5. Is there food available on Kothaligad - Peth Village?
Food available at the base village during the day
6. How much time is required to climb the Kothaligad Trek route?
We will need from 2.5 hours to 3 hours; one way for this Kothaligad Trek location. Kothaligad trek difficulty level is easy to medium depending on hikers stamina, endurance, fitness, and previous experience in the Sahyadri Treks.
7. Where can we park our cars at Karjat Kothaligad Trek?
Peth Kothaligad Base Village at your own risk.
8. Is there any parking charge at Kothaligad Karjat ?
Yes, parking space is available at Peth Kothaligad base village. Locals might ask for parking fees.
9. Is Toilet Available on Kothaligad Fort?
- Not available. During the trek, toilets are not available
- Provision for toilet tents will be made at Villagers House eastern style commode from where we will begin the trek.
10. Do single traveler’s female sign up for these events?
We have 60 - 40 % or more Male - Female ratios on our events, Single traveling females join our events. Kids and senior citizens have also successfully completed summit to Kothaligad Fort.
11. Are Kids allowed on treks near Mumbai?
Kids below 15 with Parents supervision only.
12. What type of food will be provided?
Only Veg local home-cooked food is available. Food is simple and nutritious, the taste will be different as it is cooked by locals.
13. Phone Connectivity?
Limited phone connectivity available for most cellular service
15. Is cash payment or spot payment accepted?
- Cash payment is not accepted.
- Registration against 100% upfront payment only via Paytm / UPI / NEFT / IMPS / Payment Gateway / Google pay
- On the spot payment not accepted.
- We need to book in advance bus/jeep and make other arrangements upfront payment is a must.
16. Will I get bottled water?
Normal well water shall be provided
17. Can I charge my phone?
No electricity or charging points are available during the trek. Please carry a power bank if required. The cell phone range is limited.
18. How is the weather now?
Summer Temperature Night 30 degree - Day 39 degree approx. During monsoon, heavy rains are expected please double pack your expensive phones and gadgets to protect them. During winter and summer please wear full sleeves T-shirt and full track pants to avoid sunburns, prickly thorns, insect bites.
19. Can we smoke or drink alcohol?
No smoking, chewing tobacco, drinking, smoking hookah, drugs are not allowed on our treks. People caught smoking or drinking alcohol will be asked to exit the event on an immediate basis. Participants creating trouble will be asked to leave the event without a refund.
20. Can we listen to music on Bluetooth speakers?
Listening to music on earphones or Bluetooth speakers is not allowed while trekking, Bluetooth speakers not allowed inside homestay. Music is not allowed you will miss out on important instruction being passed by trek leader. You can enjoy the sounds of nature in the outdoors while hiking.
21. How do I make payment for Kothaligad Fort Trek?
You can pay online on our website on the book now button. In case your question is not listed above you can email firstname.lastname@example.org. We also have the option to pay using UPI | Google Pay | Paytm | IMPS. You can click on the book now button all options are available to complete your payment.
22. Mumbai to Kothaligad Fort Trek Distance?
Kothligad Fort located 90 km from Mumbai, You can drive till base village we will provide you the google maps. The fort near Karjat is easily reachable by road till base village.
23. Which is the best season to see Kothaligad Fireflies?
Before monsoon starts, you can see fireflies at Kothaligad Fort. Mostly during the months of May and June.
24. Kothaligad Map? Peth fort trek route map?
Kothaligad Trek 2023 | Peth Fort Trek | Trek near Mumbai & Pune
A Monsoon Trek to Kothaligad Fort witness lush green forests and cascading waterfalls. This is the best place for trekking enthusiasts in Mumbai & Pune. Kothaligad Fort is situated to the east of Karjat near Karjat-Murbad Road in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is one of the famous treks in the Karjat area, because of its small height and thrill climbing. It is also known as the Fort of Peth because of its vicinity to Peth village at its base. Kothaligad Top offers 360-degree views of the Sahyadri ranges. Kothaligad Fort which is located in the vicinity of Mumbai and is a perfect weekend getaway.
How do I get to Kothaligad Trek Karjat? How to reach Kothaligad from Mumbai? How to go to kothaligad trek?
From Mumbai. The best way to reach Kothaligad is to take a suburban train going to Karjat and alight at Neral station. From Neral regularly shared 6-seater Vikram | Tum-tum rickshaw service is available to Kashele. This is charged at Rs 55 per seat. Kothaligad Fort, aka Fort of Peth, is 3100 feet high fort in Karjat, famous for temples & caves. This is the best place for trekking enthusiasts in Maharashtra. Peth, also known as 'Kothaligad', is situated in Shahapur Taluka, approximately 21 Km North East of Karjat.
Kothaligad Fort or Kothaligad Peth Fort trek is one of the famous treks in the Karjat area with Witness lush green forests and cascading waterfalls. During the monsoon beauty of the place on its peak. It is near to Mumbai and Pune. You have to reach Karjat Railway station on the central railway line. Walk this way for a rejuvenating trek in Maharashtra, short and light enough for the whole family as you visit the Kothaligad fort and learn about the Kothaligad history. Kothaligad to Mumbai public transport is difficult to find late in the evening please plan your trek accordingly. Karjat to Kothaligad local sharing rickshaw are available and State transport bus also.
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